Good Webinars Gone Bad: Avoid the Pitfalls of Webinars and Virtual Classes

  • Thursday, January 09, 2014
  • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Online - This meeting will be held via webinar


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We’ve all experienced them as attendees; the good, the bad, the ugly webinars. But, what makes a good webinar good and bad webinar bad?

What is your process and webinar preparation checklist? Have you considered time zone differences in your promotional message? Have you established the location from which the presenter will participate? What information will you provide the audience when they enter the webinar?

The presenter and the presentation material are a key to the experience, but so are many other little details. Attend this session to explore many of the before-and-after details of a webinar that can make or break the experience.

Our presenter: Andy Petroski 

Andy Petroski coordinates the Learning Technologies Master of Science (LTMS) program and learning technologies at Harrisburg University as Director of Learning Technologies.

He is  an award-winning instructional technologist with more than 15 years of eLearning design and development experience, I have designed and developed technology-based learning in multimedia production firms, independent consulting, corporate learning and education.

He’s written multimedia and eLearning articles for national and regional publications and presented on various eLearning, educational technology, multimedia, and web topics at international, national, and regional events.

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